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Pallet Adhesive Alternative

About PrintGRIP

Zero glue transfer to the garment


PrintGRIP is a 1mm polymer gel pad that is the clean, reusable, more effective alternative to traditional pallet adhesives.

Achieve months of use. Imagine how much time you can save. Average life span is 4-6 months


Traditional Glues

  • Polymer gel pallet adhesive replacement
  • Eliminates pallet paper
  • Works on any type of garment
  • Works with any type of ink
  • Eliminates distorted prints due to over-tacked pallets
  • Simple Application
  • Use water and brush to remove lint approximately every 1000 cotton tees
  • Up to 120,000 garments per pad
  • Save on cleanup and maintenance due to overspray
  • Completely safe and disposable
  • High Tack Yellow/Super High Tack Black available

PrintGRIP’s Story

With over 15 years of experience in the Screen Printing industry and countless hours of regluing, dealing with aerosol fumes and wasted hours replacing transfer paper on shirt boards, I knew there had to be a better way.

Having a safer, cleaner and reusable alternative to traditional adhesives was my goal in creating printGRIP.

PrintGRIP gives you all the benefits of traditional adhesives with out any of the faults.

I initially just wanted to make my job as a screen printer easier and cleaner. Then when I introduced it to other shops I was amazed on the reaction.

I am happy to now share this new alternative to traditional adhesives to the all of my fellow screen printers out there and hope it does what I had always intended. Make our jobs easier and cleaner.

Thank you,

Chad Kerkenbush

A: PrintGRIP is recommended to be replaced between 3 to 6 months of use. The material will always be tacky, BUT over time it will get more difficult to clear the lint off.

A: PrintGRIP adheres to most fabrics. Best on Cotton, Polyester, Cotton Blends, Poly Blends, and Tri Blends consisting of Poly/Cotton/Rayon. PrintGRIP does not adhere well to certain blends of Nylon/Elastin or Nylon/Spandex or combinations of those. If printing on this type of material it is best to run a test print first.

A: Yes, printGRIP can be flashed. PrintGRIP has been tested to 970 degrees for 20 seconds with no signs of scorching.

A: PrintGRIP can be cleaned off by using an on press cleaner.

A: No, you may see Ghost or transferred images. They can be cleaned with an on-press cleaner but as long as it is not affecting the stickiness you do not have to clean them off.

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